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News — Safety Signs

CO2Meter gets ready for NFPA 2019

CO2Meter gets ready for NFPA 2019

CO2Meter gears up for the NFPA 2019 in San Antonio, TX.

An overview on CO2 Fire Suppression System Inspection, and "CO2 Safety Devices" for fire suppression and safety industries.

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Working with Carbon Dioxide - Educating your staff on Personal Safety Monitoring

Working with Carbon Dioxide - Educating your staff on Personal Safety Monitoring

Working around Carbon Dioxide (CO2) gases as a brewer, can be both hazardous to ones health and yet often can be confusing. Whether you are a brewer, employee, or installer, understanding a few key safety concepts and ensuring Personal Safety Monitoring in the workplace is important.

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National Board Inspection Code and Signage for CO2 Monitoring

National Board Inspection Code and Signage for CO2 Monitoring
High pressure CO2 tanks used by restaurants for their soft-drink systems are regulated by the National Board Inspection Code (NBIC). CO2-related sections here.

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CO2Meter Personal CO2 Safety Monitoring Guide

CO2Meter Personal CO2 Safety Monitoring Guide
CO2Meter discusses Personal CO2 Safety Monitors for ensuring and protecting customers and workers who work in enclosed areas where carbon dioxide buildup may cause personal harm. The SAN-10, Personal 5% CO2 Safety Monitor is designed to alert individuals in an area that contains an excessive amount of CO2, includes audible and visual alarms and features a unique man-down alarm.

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Selecting the Proper CO2 Safety Device For Your Application

Selecting the Proper CO2 Safety Device For Your Application

What CO2 Safety Tips You Should Note?

CO2Meter talks understanding safety procedures in a variety of applications and ensuring you are aware of the proper steps to prevent injury from occurring in any environment. 

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